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Case VI

Case VI : Anxiety Treatment

Dr XxxxxDR Xxxxx: This young woman's life was beginning to unravel.  Anxiety, irritability, panic attacks, and fighting with her spouse was pushing her relationship to the brink.  Being a "mad partner / woman" may be a real description. She responded very well to Paill Spectrum type treatment but relapsed as often occurs, months after ceasing the treatment.  The condition responded well to a second round of treatment.  Relationships and behaviour change considerably and noticeably with both nutritional and antibiotic therapies, consistent with the Paill Spectrum model.

People with this Paill Spectrum condition often display anxiety, irritability, panic attacks, fighting, irrational behaviour, bruises, tiredness and / or crying.

Panic, jitters, mood swings, irrational behaviour, and extreme irritability caused extreme relationship problems in this patient’s family.  I have worried about her potential for Paill Spectrum infection for some time.  The situation rapidly deteriorated with the clinical changes matching changes in the Paill Spectrum inflammatory markers. This presentation exemplifies a "First wave" Paill Spectrum infective injury.

With Treatment:
She has becomes much calmer.
There is a lot less yelling and irritability in her behaviour. She is fighting with her husband less.

There have been substantial improvements in her behaviour symptoms .
She is still not perfectly well but is happier to return to many normal activities now. She is still bruising though.

Dr XxxxxDR Xxxxx: A Case of Acute Onset Anxiety in Context of Relationship Behavioural Issues

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Frobisher Beethoven Currently, there is no proof that the Paill Spectrum model reflects an understanding of the physical world, as it exists. Still many doctors are foolish enough to believe that they (or the medical establishment) are able to know the answers, in a situation where there obviously are no answers at this time.

KinkajouKinkajou: " So they can't say the theory is wrong, because they don't know what is right".

ErasmusErasmus: Erasmus : "You should know by now the guys in charge always say they are right, mainly because they are bloody mindedly certain that they can't be wrong". Only a true psychotic would believe he / she is always right without due consideration of the circumstances.

Frobisher Beethoven : In interviews with our genesis doctor, the good doctor told Erasmus and Kinkajou about the years of consideration he has given the issue . His compatriot Dr Xxxxx says that after all the time spent learning to understand the advance inherent in the Paill Spectrum illness model, the theory works well and there has never been any experience or event that has cast any doubt about the theory and its practical applications. The medical establishment after looking at the issue for anything up to a few minutes believes the theory is wrong. The problem of course is that they have no idea what is right or what the answer is. Things just happen, seemingly by magic.

ErasmusErasmus: In the Paill Spectrum model of illnesses, there is NO event that occurs without a biomechanical cause. Everything happens for a reason. Often one of the Paill Spectrum reasons.

KinkajouKinkajou: So you reckon , there are no Acts of God.

ErasmusErasmus: Our doctor panel says "Every event that occurs in sickness or health", occurs as a result of changes in the functioning of the biological machinery of the body.

KinkajouKinkajou: How radical is that!

ErasmusErasmus: Hard to believe that in the 21st century , so many educated idiots believe in magic and only give lip service to the scientific method.

The model has been seen to work well in standard medical practice, according to Dr. Xxxxx. Even if only the most rudimentary of treatment interventions are used, they can give unusually good results, if the Paill Spectrum model is followed. Why trust Medical people who know they are right but don't have any answers? They can't tell you what to do to save yourself. See our advice sheets.

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Dr Xxxxx Dr Xxxxx : Most doctors treat people with anxiety with extreme disdain.
Why can't these people pull themselves together.
What's wrong with them? (The implication being is that there is nothing wrong with them).
Most doctors would never give the question of what is wrong with these people a second thought.

Erasmus Erasmus : True, Unfortunately.

Dr AXxxxx Dr AXxxxx : Fools! (sneers Dr AXxxxx). These idiots probably want to treat your brain receptors with sedatives. However, after 50 years, no receptor has been identified as being responsible for anxiety or for any psychiatric illness.
Big Pharma ( Big commercial companies, with big marketing budgets) still won't let go of the receptor concept, in spite of a river of evidence that "there is no evidence".

How do you fix the receptors of someone with brain damage? Its pretty obvious that you need to stop the progressive brain damage instead of shoving in chemicals for receptors. Shoving some chemicals in to damp down the excitation in the neurones , easing a few shakes, panics and tremors hasn't fixed anything. Small wonder these people seek medicines all their lives.

Erasmus Erasmus: So, tell us a story, doc. What have you seen?